Cassper Called Out For Reposting 'Booty' Video

"I don't wanna get in trouble, please"

By  | Sep 29, 2020, 03:04 PM  | Cassper Nyovest  | Top of The

Rapper Cassper Nyovest has asked to be kept out of trouble following a viral video of a woman trying to fit in her pants. The song that was played at the background was reason for him being tagged but the rapper made it clear that he wants no trouble.

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In a hilarious response to the tweeps who tagged him Cass said, "I'm here for the song playing in the background only. I don't wanna get in trouble please."

This comment is for a woman who showed off her 'booty', as she struggles to fit them in her jeans.

Mufasa, as he calls himself, was only trying to promote the song playing in the background which comes from his latest offering Any Minute Now. Justifying his actions, he stated the only reason he commented and re-tweeted was to only promote his music.
Fans found his actions hilarious as the rapper has started a family with girlfriend Thobeka Majozi as the couple welcomed a baby boy Khotso earlier this month. Cassper is also very smitten over Thobeka as he believes he picked the perfect one, "I feel secure, I think I picked the perfect mother."

The baby boy, Khotso was born earlier this month shortly after releasing his album dedicated to his son but the rapper only announced that he will become a first time dad a few weeks before that, keeping their pregnancy tight lipped, he did not even share any baby bump pictures.

To continue his stance at keeping things a secret, Cassper will not even be sharing his family on social media, at least not for now, so his fans are encouraged to not hold their breaths.

When asked when fans would be able to catch a glimpse at his baby boy, Cassper responded with, "Nope. I don't think ima post my child on anytime soon. As much as we have fans here, this place has real life witches who prey on people's energies here. Be very careful. I know I can handle it but I don’t wanna expose my son to that yet. Mina angibasabi BONKE!!! Trust Jesus!!!"

In a recent interview with Somizi Cassper said he wanted to have a son because he lost his brother, "I feel like it's God coming in full circle saying I give and I take," he explained.

When asked what he wants to teach his son Cassper said, "The most important thing that I would teach my son is to love God and the second thing would be to be fearless to go after your dreams, add your stroke to the painting of the world," he added.

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